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Person Centered Care Planing
 
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A collaborative project between Yale and Cambridge on bringing to life recovery oriented care delivery in Mental Health through Person Centered Care Planning. The 7 minute video provides glimpses of the four aspects, Philosophy of PCCP, Process, Plan and Purpose. For more information visit www.promise.global
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Person-Centred Care Guideline
 
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Learn more about the benefits of Person-Centred Care (PCC) with this educational video that defines the fundamental concepts of PCC. Visit the CCO website to download the full version of the PCC Guideline: https://www.cancercare.on.ca/pcs/person_centred_care/person_centred_care_guideline/
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Person-centred care made simple
 
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This animation is a quick overview of person-centred care, exploring what it is and why it’s important. It can be used as a companion to our publication 'Person-centred care made simple' or on its own. The animation is for anyone interested in health care, including health care professionals and those who use their services.
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Creating Recovery-Oriented, Person-Centered Plans with Community Resources
 
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Aired June 14, 2016 Sebi Fishta, M.S.; Anita Jackson, M.A., LBSW; and Denae Ramos-Pachuki discuss integrating community resources into the process of person-centered planning. 1.0 CEH. https://www.samhsa.gov/recovery-to-practice
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Person-Centered vs System-Centered With Beth Mount
 
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In this film Beth Mount explains how Person-Centered work differs from System-Centered. Follow us: https://www.instagram.com/open_future_learning/ https://www.facebook.com/open.futurelearning https://twitter.com/Open_Future System-centered planning comes from the idea that the people we support are defined and treated through the idea of what the system needs in order to run efficiently. The system believes it is their job to "fix" people so they define and create a treatment plan and hope to get it correct before even meeting the people who they support and for who these systems are put in place for. A major contrast to that is person-centered planning. People don't belong to systems; they belong to themselves, their families, and their communities. If we can see them in a different light, in the capacities that they can bring to a community, then our thinking shifts dramatically from how to fit people into a system to how do we support people to live good lives in communities. Furthermore how do we take things we need from systems and services and use them in a more responsive way. For more information on Open Future Learning visit: http://www.openfuturelearning.org/
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What does person-centred care mean for mental health services?
 
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What does person-centred care mean for mental health services? We asked a number of people from projects that we've funded for their views on how a person-centred approach can improve the quality of care.
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An Overview of the Patient Centered Approach
 
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The Components of Proactive Health and Well-Being illustrate how each area of self-care is connected. "An Overview of the Patient Centered Approach" video highlights how VA is using the Components of Proactive Health and Well-Being to empower Veterans' health. Learn how improving one area can benefit all other aspects of your life—including your overall physical, emotional, and mental health and well-being. http://www.va.gov/patientcenteredcare/
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What Does "Patient-Centered Care" Mean When Treating TBI?
 
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Dr. Heechin Chae talks about understanding what a person truly wants to focus on during his recovery and building an individualized treatment plan with those goals in the forefront.
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Integrated care: connecting medical and behavioral care  | Tom Sebastian | TEDxSnoIsleLibraries
 
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Tom Sebastian, executive director of Compass Health in Everett, Wash., addresses the need for a whole health care approach by exploring the impact of an often fragmented behavioral health care system. By creating holistic behavior health care plans, health care providers in his community are seeing first-hand the positive impact of integrated behavior health care planning and treatment in individuals, families, and providers. This talk shares the benefits of treating a patient as a whole person for diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up care. President and CEO of Compass Health and has been with the organization since 1987. He is also Co-CEO of Behavioral Health Northwest, providing health plan and behavioral health services statewide in Washington State. Tom holds an MS from Illinois State University and an MPA from the University of Washington. Tom serves on the Board of the Washington Council for Behavioral Health and is a Board member of Mental Health Corporations of America. He is driven by a calling to serve others and is most fulfilled by using his experience to empower those around him to thrive. Faith, family, laughter and community service are his constants in times of joy and difficulty. An avid marathoner, he embraces a commitment to persisting through the long-hauls, while appreciating each step by recognizing that the present is a gift to be cherished. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Developing Client-Centered Interdisciplinary Treatment Plans
 
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Dr. Matheson describes the key aspects of an interdisciplinary treatment plan and how this improves the client's commitment and participation, ultimately resulting in a more successful outcome. Table of Contents: 00:00 - Introduction 00:10 - CPA Baseline Report 01:09 - Client-Centered? 01:27 - Collaboration 04:18 - Interdisciplinary Treatment Plan 09:13 - Life is an Adventure! 09:40 - Free Trial
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Patient Care Philosophy at Texas Back Institute with Dr. Ted Belanger
 
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Dr. Ted Belanger, Spine Surgeon at Texas Back Institute explains the patient care philosophy and how doctors for each patient with a multidisciplinary approach. Texas Back Institute was founded over 40 years ago on the belief that not all patients should be treated exactly the same way, rather each patient should be evaluated and treated with a custom approach that fits their symptoms and lifestyle. Dr. Belanger explains how conservative care is the best start to each patient's treatment plan. For more in formation about Dr. Belanger and the Texas Back Institute visit: www.texasback.com advanced patient care best patient care care medical caring for patients client centered care comprehensive patient care effective patient care excellent patient care good patient care high quality patient care medicine healthcare and philosophy advanced patient care best patient care care medical caring for patients client centered care comprehensive patient care effective patient care excellent patient care good patient care high quality patient care medicine healthcare and philosophy patient care advocate patient care experience patient centered care approach patient centered health care quality patient care what is patient centred care what is patient focused care
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A Patient Centered Approach To: Professional Care
 
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The Components of Proactive Health and Well-Being illustrate how each area of self-care is connected. The "A Patient Centered Approach To" video series highlights how VA is using the Components of Proactive Health and Well-Being to empower Veterans' health. Learn how improving one area can benefit all other aspects of your life—including your overall physical, emotional, and mental health and well-being. Prevention and treatment of illness or disease and traditional and complementary medicine are part of professional care. Preventive care includes things like immunizations and cancer screening. Common treatments include check-ups, medicines, supplements, physical therapy, surgery, and counseling. Complementary medicine includes approaches like acupuncture and mind-body therapies. It is important to stay current with your personal care plan for health and well-being. www.audio.va.gov/patientcenteredcare/MP4/APCAT_July2015_ProfessionalCare.mp4
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Counseling Treatment Planning - Goal and Objective Setting Related to Mild Depressive Symptoms
 
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This video features a counseling role-play in which counseling treatment planning is demonstrated. The treatment planning includes setting a goal and the corresponding objectives related to mild depressive symptoms.
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The future of patient-centred cancer care and research
 
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What might the future of personalised cancer patient care look like? Meet Linda, a cancer patient in the not-too-distant future. See how her experience – involving things like next-generation sequencing, liquid biopsies, clinical decision support software and fully personalised combination therapies – could evolve to look quite different from today’s cancer patient care. Progress in cancer care has been accelerating over the past several decades, and we are now traveling firmly in the direction of personalised medicine. The ultimate destination may be a world in which patients receive diagnostic and treatment plans tailored to their specific cancers. To learn more about Roche’s ongoing innovation in oncology, visit http://www.roche.com/oncology. Subscribe to our YouTube channel now: https://www.youtube.com/user/roche?sub_confirmation=1 Get in touch with us: https://www.roche.com/ https://www.facebook.com/RocheCareers https://www.linkedin.com/company/roche https://twitter.com/roche Roche has been committed to improving lives since the company was founded in 1896 in Basel, Switzerland. Today, Roche creates innovative medicines and diagnostic tests that help millions of patients globally. Roche is a leader in research-focused healthcare with combined strengths in pharmaceuticals and diagnostics. Roche is the world’s largest biotech company, with truly differentiated medicines in oncology, immunology, infectious diseases, ophthalmology and neuroscience. For more information and insights visit: https://www.roche.com/
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Carl Rogers on Person-Centered Therapy Video
 
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The founder of the humanistic, person-centered approach to psychology reflects on his life, his contributions to the field of psychotherapy and shares his provocative ideas about. psychotherapy, education, and social justice. This interview was shot shortly before he died and contains an interview between Victor Yalom and Rogers' daughter Natalie. To view the full video go to: http://www.psychotherapy.net/video/person-centered-therapy-carl-rogers
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Treatment Planning in Counseling - Setting a Goal and Corresponding Objectives
 
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This video features a counseling role-play in which treatment planning in counseling is demonstrated. The treatment planning includes setting a goal and the corresponding objectives.
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Patient-Centered Care for Patients in Opioid Treatment Programs
 
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DID YOU WATCH THIS WEBINAR? IF SO, PLEASE TAKE OUR SURVEY ABOUT IT: http://www.attc-gpra.org/GPRAOnline/GPRASurvey.aspx?id=553387&type=PostEvent This webinar, presented by K. Michelle Peavy, PhD, Research and Training Manager, Evergreen Treatment Services (ETS), examined the concept of patient-centered care in an OTP setting. Dr. Peavy, Research and Training Manager at Evergreen Treatment Services (ETS), will describe a treatment model that leverages patient-centered care components and enhances retention among individuals who struggle with ongoing drug use, and discuss clinical implications of that model. This webinar is part of the Northwest ATTC's Webinar Series. Find more at http://attcnetwork.org/nwattc Find a link to the webinar slides here: http://adai.uw.edu/nwattc/pdfs/webinar_peavy_201802_slides.pdf
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What is FAMILY CENTERED CARE? What does FAMILY CENTERED CARE mean? FAMILY CENTERED CARE meaning
 
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What is FAMILY CENTERED CARE? What does FAMILY CENTERED CARE mean? FAMILY CENTERED CARE meaning - FAMILY CENTERED CARE definition - FAMILY CENTERED CARE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Family-centered care or Family-centered service has been discussed and promoted most prominently in the context of child health, and especially concerning chronic conditions of childhood. This approach provides an expanded view of how to work with children and families. Family-centered service is made up of a set of values, attitudes, and approaches to services for children with special needs and their families. In some family-centered settings such as the Hasbro Children's Partial Hospital Program, medical and psychiatric services are integrated to help teach parents and children methods to treat both types of symptoms. Family-centered service recognizes that each family is unique; that the family is the constant in the child’s life; and that they are the experts on the child’s abilities and needs. The family works with service providers to make informed decisions about the services and supports the child and family receive. In family-centered service, the strengths and needs of all family members are considered. Family-centered service reflects a shift from the traditional focus on the biomedical aspects of a child’s condition to a concern with seeing the child in context of their family and recognizing the primacy of family in the child’s life. The principles argue in favour of an approach that respects families as integral and coequal parts of the health care team. This approach is expected to improve the quality and safety of a patient's care by helping to foster communication between families and health care professionals. Furthermore, by taking family/patient input and concerns into account, the family feels comfortable working with professionals on a plan of care, and professionals are "on board" in terms of what families expect with medical interventions and health outcomes. In some health systems, patients and family members serve as advisers to the hospital in order to provide input that can lead to general quality improvement efforts. Family-centered approaches to health care intervention also generally lead to wiser allocation of health care resources, as well as greater patient and family satisfaction. While specific methods of implementing family-centered care differ from facility to facility, general procedures are fairly similar. The University of Virginia Health System in Charlottesville, Virginia, provides an excellent example of this. On admission, the patient usually designates one or two people who will serve as their primary "care partners." These individuals are notated in the patient's electronic and physical medical charts, and they are given an orange wristband to wear in order to designate them as a patient's "care partners." This negates the need for visitor's passes or after-hours registration cards, as the staff can readily identify a patient's "care partners." The admitting staff discuss the reasons for admission with the patient and their "care partners" and what health criteria are required for the patient's discharge. "Care partners" are then intricately involved with the patient's care by their entire attending healthcare team, including physicians, nurses, nutritionists, social workers, and more. At every stage, "care partners" and patients discuss with healthcare professionals test results, the state of the patient's current health, what type of things to expect throughout the day, and discharge goals. "Care partners" are invited to take part in nursing interventions, including bathing, feeding, helping the nursing staff with moving the patient, and assisting the patient in exercising or moving about the unit....
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Outcomes From a Patient-Centered Residential Treatment Plan for Tobacco Dependence
 
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Dr. John Hodgkin, Medical Director of the Smoke-Free Life Program at the St. Helena Center for Health, in St. Helena, CA, shares results of a study appearing in the September 2013 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings, which presented a 57% success rate at 12 months for their residential tobacco cessation treatment program, a 52% success rate at a similar Mayo Clinic treatment program, and suggested strategies that could be transferred and generalized for use in other out-patient treatment programs. Available at: http://tinyurl.com/lz8yd74
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Behavioral Therapy Counseling Role-Play - Client with Symptoms of Narcissistic Personality Disorder
 
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This video features a behavioral therapy counseling role-play session in which behavioral techniques are used to address workplace relationship problems. The client (played be an actress) has symptoms consistent with Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
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Suicide Assessment Role-Play - Ideation, Intent, and Plan
 
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This video features a counseling role-play session that demonstrates assessment of a client (played by an actress) expressing suicidal ideation, intent, and plan.
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StratiHealth Respiratory Patient Centered Care
 
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The care and treatment of a patient who is diagnosed with COPD must consider the whole patient and should be centered on the patients' needs and preferences to ensure full engagement and compliance with their treatment plan. Patients must be able to make informed decisions based on their knowledge and education about their condition and the care and treatment of the patient must incorporate a comprehensive partnership with all healthcare professionals involved in their care. A new approach to managing complex respiratory conditions to keep patients at a stable state in the low cost environment (their homes) must ensure that the health care team has a thorough understanding and knowledge regarding all components of respiratory modalities and technology used to treat patients. The "new normal" includes systems of care within Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and Patient Centered Medical Homes (PCMHs) that include respiratory therapists with specialized training in managed and integrated care systems. StratiHealth designs programs unique to your organization and provides respiratory therapist staffing and management Effective communication between the healthcare team and patients requires the knowledge and expertise of a respiratory professional to ensure better health and financial outcomes. It should be supported by evidence-based practice and solutions tailored to the specific patient's needs and should be culturally appropriate.
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Person-Centered Care
 
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An overview of the philosophy of person-centered care.
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The Right Prescription for Your Optimum Health Care Plan
 
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Dr. David Howlett, renowned Primary Care Physician with East Granby Family Practice, LLC shares the his significant experience in establishing the precedent mode for "patient centered care" (PCC). This primary care model is conducive to optimizing not only the effectiveness of treatment, but also the most efficient route to a successful monitoring and outcome for the recipient keeping in mind the medical profession's objective - "first do no harm. Dr. Howlett covers the benefits of electronic health records (EHR), his position as a member of the Board of St. Francis Healthcare Partners and his new role as a Regional Medical Director in establishing PCC to help other offices understand and make the transition to the new healthcare delivery model. His low key, but sincere confidence to meet the new standards while laser focusing on his patients' emotional and physical well-being exemplify what every individual hopes to have for themselves and family for a better quality of life.
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Our Patient Centered System of Care
 
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Cathy Egan, the Director of Nursing and Risk Manager at The Recovery Village (https://www.TheRecoveryVillage.com), insures the patient's medical needs are met. Our collaborative team develops a customized care plan, including specific patient outcomes and our expert medical and clinical staff is educated and experienced in the wide-variety of treatment specialties that are necessary to provide individualized, coordinated care. For more information on The Recovery Village's Medical Detox, call (877) 798-6220 or visit: http://www.therecoveryvillage.com/treatment-program/detox/
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Patient Recovers from Pancreatitis
 
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Cleveland Clinic patient discusses his recovery from pancreatic disease. The nation’s rate of pancreatic disease is continuing to climb. When dealing with pancreatic conditions, patient-centered diagnosis and customized treatment plans are essential in order to provide the best quality of life. Learn more about pancreatic disease by downloading a free treatment guide: http://pages.clevelandclinic.org/pancreatic-disease-index.html?_ga=1.63517485.34990123.1453325814
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Treatment Planning
 
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Choosing a treatment plan for a patient with colorectal cancer is complicated, says Cathy Eng, professor and director, Department of Gastrointestinal Medical Oncology, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. View more at http://curetoday.com/ CURE: Combining science and humanity to make cancer understandable.
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Person Centred Perspective: Patient Reported Outcomes video for patients
 
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Symptoms of cancer are not just physical. Patient reported outcomes (PROs) allow clinicians to go beyond basic symptom screening and also understand psychosocial and practical concerns of the patient. With a complete picture of the cancer journey in detail, the health care team can develop care plans tailored to each patient. For patients, completing questionnaires that track their symptoms over time allows them to talk to their healthcare team about a treatment plan that is best to reduce and manage their symptoms. The Partnership’s Person-Centred Perspective team, in collaboration with the Improving Patient Experience and Health Outcomes Collaborative (Ontario and Quebec), Measuring Patient Reported Outcomes to Address Patient Experience in Three Atlantic Provinces (Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador), and Prairie Provinces Patient Experience and Outcomes, produced a video series to increase awareness of screening for distress using the Edmonton Symptom Assessment System-Revised (ESAS-R). The videos, one for patients and the other for clinicians, highlight the benefits of PROs for each audience. Production of this video has been made possible through a financial contribution by Health Canada, through the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.
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Person-Centered Care: A Foundation for Audiology Practice
 
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Review the current state of rehabilitative audiology with an emphasis on counseling, patient motivation, and communication environments in a patient-centered framework. To see if it is possible to earn ASHA CEUs/professional development hours for this video, go to http://www.asha.org/shop and search for the title. RESOURCES: PPT Handouts: http://learningcenter.asha.org/resource/docs/asha/1450106270384/16257%20PPT%20Handout.pdf References: http://learningcenter.asha.org/resource/docs/asha/1453988155812/16257%20References.pdf
Health Coaching (Closing the Loop): Techniques to Deliver Patient Centered Care
 
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Ghorob A, Montgomery N. Health Coaching: Techniques to Deliver Patient Centered Care. YouTube. 16 July 2012. Web. Setting the Agenda - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaIRyE_fu8Y Medication Reconciliation - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UpzjkL_aYU Closing the Loop - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4V-81fy4mYI Action Plans - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTJWtLJLOsM
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Evidence for Person Centred Care, Introduction June 14
 
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An introduction to 6 videos about person centred care: what works and the evidence behind it, based on 779 systematic reviews
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Individualized Care Plan
 
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Cathy Egan, the Director of Nursing and Risk Manager at The Recovery Village (https://www.TheRecoveryVillage.com), advocates for the patient's individual medical needs. When arriving at The Recovery Village, patients are given medical, psychiatric and social assessments to evaluate their particular needs and goals. For more information on The Recovery Village's Patient-Centered System of Care visit, http://www.therecoveryvillage.com/treatment-program/
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Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning
 
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At its core, dentistry is a team project. We used to define it as a multidisciplinary treatment planning , but in doing so we are not really working in concert with each other, each specialist is finalizing his work according to his or her best abilities not taking into consideration the final outcome and a patient centered custom plan. But all of the specialties working in concert can produce a truly interdisciplinary, patient-centered experience. From the simplest crown to the most complex orthognathic-prosthetic reconstruction, every patient is a team effort. And every patient is part of the team.Each patient is entitled to a complete examination and an ideal treatment plan. It is only by knowing what the ideal is, that we can make intelligent compromises. Once a complete problem list is outlined, we can begin creating a treatment plan. The planner can be an orthodontist, a prosthodontist, or a general dentist. The other team members need to be consulted on feasibility, cost containment, and effort. Planning should go to creating an ideal treatment plan that will suit best for the patient. Any and all diagnostic records that can be obtained should be taken to allow a comprehensive plan to be developed. By taking a set of diagnostic records, a thorough evaluation can be completed and a comprehensive treatment plan can be developed. With these records, the restorative dentist can develop a treatment plan and decide whether it falls within the scope of their practice. If it does, then the plan should be executed and discussed with the patient. If not, then the restorative dentist should get their team involved. This team can include other specialists like, orthodontists, periodontists, oral surgeons, endodontists and without forgetting the lab technicians. The team approach to treatment allows the patient to have the best possible outcome to resolve their functional and aesthetic problems, in a conservative and predictable result. After collection of records and planning the treatment, presentation of the plan to the patient is one of the most important steps to start executing the planned work. During the scope of this presentation we will go over clinical cases that are either completed with follow up or in the process of completion . We will understand through these cases the proper Interdisciplinary treatment planning step by step before and after the diagnostic phase.
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Person Centred Perspective: Patient Reported Outcomes video for clinicians
 
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Symptoms of cancer are not just physical. Patient reported outcomes (PROs) allow clinicians to go beyond basic symptom screening and also understand psychosocial and practical concerns of the patient. With a complete picture of the cancer journey in detail, the health care team can develop care plans tailored to each patient. For patients, completing questionnaires that track their symptoms over time allows them to talk to their healthcare team about a treatment plan that is best to reduce and manage their symptoms. The Partnership’s Person-Centred Perspective team, in collaboration with the Improving Patient Experience and Health Outcomes Collaborative (Ontario and Quebec), Measuring Patient Reported Outcomes to Address Patient Experience in Three Atlantic Provinces (Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador), and Prairie Provinces Patient Experience and Outcomes, produced a video series to increase awareness of screening for distress using the Edmonton Symptom Assessment System-Revised (ESAS-R). The videos, one for patients and the other for clinicians, highlight the benefits of PROs for each audience. Production of this video has been made possible through a financial contribution by Health Canada, through the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.
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Emory's Patient-Centered Primary Care Clinic
 
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A pilot "medical home" program, Emory's Patient-Centered Primary Care clinic aims to improve the overall health care experience by creating a new care model that emphasizes personalized medicine and greater coordination of care via care teams. The practice features new ways to connect with your care team, including an online patient portal, telephone visits and a care team that helps you proactively set your health goals and develop a personalized care plan. Learn more at www.emoryhealthcare.org/pilot
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Dialysis Services at  Chateau Rehabilitation Center
 
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Dialyze Direct offers in-house hemodialysis services, supporting the healing process of patients in the comfort of their own space, allowing patients to enjoy the most from their rehabilitation experience while at The Chateau. Our specialty program uses the most advanced NxStage equipment in a tailored treatment plan that focuses on the individual as a whole. Here at The Chateau, patients on dialysis have a voice in their plan of care. Patients can now avoid challenging transportation accommodations, anxiety, and long wait times at an off-site center. Our services are committed to providing patients with a person-centered treatment plan that focuses on the needs and wants of the individual, facilitating anticipated faster recovery times and reduction of stress.
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UF Health pediatric oncology patients are first in nation to pilot HealthSteps mobile platform
 
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A select group of University of Florida Health pediatric oncology patients are being enrolled in a trial for HealthSteps — a smartphone-based digital care plan with clear patient care instructions, built-in reminders, a symptom tracker and the ability to share care plans between family members and medical teams. UF Health is the first in the nation to pilot the mobile application, which was created at the Innovation Hub at the University of Florida using UF resources. “The Innovation Hub at UF’s mission is to build, drive and support the spirit of entrepreneurship in North Central Florida by providing top-notch facilities, programs and mentoring,” said Mark Long, director of incubation services at UF. “HealthSteps is a rising star resident client of the Innovation Hub, and we are extremely pleased with its progress.” Benjamin King, CEO of HealthSteps, pondered ways to use digital resources in patient care when his mom received treatment for a brain tumor. While helping to manage her care, King noticed multiple breakdowns in communication among family members, which led to last-minute runs to the pharmacy and uncertainty regarding whether she took her medications. From this experience, he developed HealthSteps. “The main goal of HealthSteps is to complement health care delivery by more effectively connecting patients with their caregivers. We developed a patient-centered mobile digital app that tracks a patient’s care plan success, helps to prevent medical errors and improves compliance through care plan synchronization,” said King. “Recent studies have indicated that a lack of communication between caregivers is the most frequent source of errors. We are hopeful that this app will provide patients and their caregivers a better pathway to improve their health.” Patients enrolled in the pilot are undergoing maintenance treatment for leukemia. During this phase of treatment, most of the protocol and administering of medications happens at home. With HealthSteps, caregivers will receive medication reminders and be able to input the patients’ symptoms and medication intake. The patients’ physicians and care team at UF Health can then log into the HealthSteps clinical web platform to see updates and make important health care decisions. “I can see how HealthSteps could be valuable for patients and their families,” said Shamani Moore, mother to Tionna, who spent 378 days battling leukemia at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital. “After Tionna was finally discharged, we still had to keep up with her medications and IVs at home and manage her symptoms. Having a system The patients enrolled in the pilot will use HealthSteps for approximately two months and will provide feedback in the middle and at the end of the program. Feedback will be submitted to HealthSteps so they can continue to update the app to make it as efficient and easy to use as possible. “This app gives our providers access to our patients’ medication tracking logs in real-time,” said William Slayton, M.D., chief of pediatric hematology/oncology at UF Health. “We are looking forward to working with HealthSteps to determine whether or not using the app helps reduce readmissions and improve patient outcomes.”
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Delivering Patient Centered Care
 
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At Kaiser Permanente, our care teams are united around a single purpose — better member health. Visit http://www.kp.org/choosebetter to learn more. In this video, Dr. James Hamrick, chief of medical oncology and hematology for Kaiser Permanente of Georgia, explains how a patient-centered approach empowers members to make informed decisions and can lead to fewer complications than fee-for-service care.
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Treatment Planning
 
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Unlimited Counseling CEUs for $59 https://www.allceus.com/ Continuing Education (CE) credits for addiction and mental health counselors, social workers and marriage and family therapists can be earned for this presentation at https://www.allceus.com/member/cart?c=24 Live Webinars $5/hour https://www.allceus.com/live-interactive-webinars/ Instagram: AllCEUs Pinterest: drsnipes
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Mental Health and Patient-Centered Care
 
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Mid-Atlantic Public Health Training Center, August 18, 2010 – John F.P. Bridges, PhD, Assistant Professor and Co-Director, MHS in Health Economics, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and Anita Everett, MD, DFAPA, Section Director, Community and General Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.
Michael Smull - Making person centred planning mainstream. How to get started.
 
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Making person centred planning mainstream. How to get started. Michael Smull talks with Helen Sanderson.
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How patients and families built the Yawkey Center for Cancer Care | Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
 
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When Dana-Farber began planning the new Yawkey Center for Cancer Care, our patients and families were involved in many important decisions about design, floorplan layout, and workflow. Their knowledge meant they had invaluable insight into the experience of going through cancer treatment. Here, some of our patients and caregivers explain how they helped create a warm, healing environment for people with cancer. Learn more about the Yawkey Center: http://www.dana-farber.org/yawkey Transcription: Text: When Dana-Farber’s Yawkey Center for Cancer Care was being designed we consulted with the experts… our patients and their families. Maureen: We wanted to create a really beautiful and very natural space where no matter who you are or where you're from, you’d feel a sense of peace and especially hope. I helped design the Stone Healing Garden. Marlene: We wanted windows and natural light in the waiting areas and in the infusion areas where we spend so much of our time. I worked with the architects and facilities on the original floor plans of this building. Mary: Patients and families are anxious and stressed when they come here. I thought it would be wonderful to welcome them with music—a grand piano. It would also give a lift to our staff, who spend so much time here. Eric: We wanted our children’s names to be in this building. I was on the search committee for the architect. Martie: We wanted a place that was multicultural and nondenominational where everyone can find comfort. I helped design this chapel. Anne: As patients, we believe a cancer center should be a welcoming place. I helped choose colors and furnishing that would help patients and families feel at ease. Dick: We wanted patients to find their way easily and without a lot of fuss. I helped to design valet parking. Denise: We wanted to streamline the process for patients during their visits. I helped design laboratory services. Rosemary: As a Dana-Farber employee, I knew the building was built by patients for patients, but until you walk through those doors as a patient, you have no idea how truly important that is. Text: Dana-Farber’s Yawkey Center for Cancer Care… Where patient’s voices matter.
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PKU (Phenylketonuria)
 
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At the Center for Rare Disease Therapy, every child diagnosed with a rare disease receives an individualized treatment plan and family-centered care. For an appointment, consultation, or patient referral with an expert at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC for a child diagnosed with PKU, please contact: Jodie Vento, MGC, LCGC Phone: +1-412-692-RARE or 412-692-7273 Email: RareCare@chp.edu
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Patient Centered Care Maria Trakas, PT, DPT
 
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Performance Spine & Sports Medicine has 3 convenient locations! www.pssmwellness.com PSSM Lawrenceville, NJ | 609.588.8600 PSSM Newtown, PA | 215.504.2223 PSSM Bordentown, NJ | 609.817.0050 Performance Spine & Sports Medicine is a premier non-surgical orthopedic institute providing a team-oriented approach to optimize your health and wellness. **Get better pain-free, drug-free, surgery-free.** Our interdisciplinary practice integrates Orthopedic Medicine, Pain Management, Chiropractic Care, Physical Therapy, Sports Performance and medical science-based Wellness... all in one state of the art facility. We coordinate your care and tailor a comprehensive treatment plan to meet your unique needs. We offer a range of services using cutting-edge diagnostic technology that sets new standards in treatment and recovery for patients in need of rehabilitation, pain management, and non-surgical orthopedic treatments. Athletes and weekend warriors can benefit from our sports performance optimization services through best in class training and biomechanical analysis to take their game to the next level, whether you're looking to improve your golf swing, jump shot or running stride. Our patients have seen remarkable outcomes!
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Patient-centered collaborative care: diet management throughout treatment
 
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In this video, Merran Findlay, a senior oncology dietitian at The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, discusses patient care and access to specialist dietitians. Specialist dietitians work as part of a multidisciplinary team, working closely with the nurses, doctors and speech pathologists, forming a core part of patient care. There is high-quality evidence that patients require access to a specialist dietitian earlier on, both prior and during treatment, during radiation, and then fortnightly post-treatment, for as long as required until the nutrition status of the patient is maintained. There are a range of options available, ranging from oral nutrition support, to high protein/high energy strategies that maximize their energy and protein intake. Some patients will need the texture of their diet modified, usually if they are unable to swallow or chew their food. Patients may also need advice if they require a feeding tube, or even if they want to manage their own nutrition needs. Dietetic care can be quite varied, depending on the nature and extent of the disease, also depending on the degree of treatment that the patient is undergoing. She mentions that typically feeding tubes are temporary, but the importance of it is to ensure that patients are well-nourished and out of hospital. For some patients, it may be a long-term requirement, but it is entirely dependable on how much surgery they have had, or the complications that have arisen, highlighting the importance for patients to constantly be in contact with a dietitian. Recorded at the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC) and International Society of Ocular Oncology (ISOO) 2016 Annual Meeting on Supportive Care in Cancer held in Adelaide, Australia. This programme has been supported by Helsinn, through an unrestricted educational grant to the Patient Empowerment Foundation. Visit our website | http://www.patientpower.eu/ Follow on Twitter | https://twitter.com/patientpowereu Like on Facebook | https://www.fb.com/patientpower.europe
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Nurse Knowledge Exchange: Critical Care
 
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Nurse Knowledge Exchange, also known as change of shift report, is a real time exchange of information that promotes accountability and teamwork between nurses. It is also an opportunity to involve the patient and family in the patient’s plan of care. This example takes place in the critical care environment. ++++ Dartmouth-Hitchcock is a national leader in patient-centered health care and building a sustainable health system. Founded in 1893, the system includes New Hampshire's only Level 1 trauma center and its only air ambulance service, as well as the Norris Cotton Cancer Center, one of only 40 National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the nation, and the Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, the state's only Children's Hospital Association-approved, comprehensive, full-service children's hospital. As an academic medical center, Dartmouth-Hitchcock provides access to nearly 1,000 primary care doctors and specialists in almost every area of medicine, as well as world-class research at the Audrey and Theodor Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. Learn more at http://www.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/.
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John Draper, PhD, Person-Centered Care in Suicide Prevention
 
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What if we could save lives…and save money? The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, with its network of over 150 crisis centers across the country and its volume of over a million calls per year, is succeeding in doing just that. Dr. John Draper, Director of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (NSPL), challenges traditional ideas about what the “best care” for people at risk of suicide is. And he champions a transformative one: “The best way to keep individuals safe is to empower them to want to keep themselves safe.” In this compelling talk, he explains how. John Draper, PhD, is the Director of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a SAMHSA –funded grant program and national network of over 150 crisis centers across the country. He is also the President of Link2Health Solutions, a wholly-owned affiliate of the Mental Health Association of New York City. For additional resources, visit http://sparktalks.sprc.org.
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